Talk:Equitable remedy

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NB. There are no articles on Wikipedia that cover off "tracing (law)" and "rectification (law)". It would be useful if those list items could be changed into links, if anyone is feeling strong enough. Legis 12:15, 25 May 2006 (UTC)

Some very clever people have composed this article, clearly. But it is needlessly complicated, to say the least. —Preceding unsigned comment added by User: (talkcontribs) 00:07, 8 January 2007

Agreed that it probably could use a decent more introductory paragraph to make it more digestible to lay people. But to be fair, equitable remedies are a highly technical area of the law. --Legis (talk - contributions) 08:32, 8 January 2007 (UTC)

This article is COMPLETELY INCOMPREHENSIBLE! (talk) 03:29, 14 August 2013 (UTC)

Terrible Article[edit]

Apart from a meaningless one-sentence introduction, the entire article consists of an "overview" section only. Both the introduction and the "overview" describe only tangential properties of the subject matter (references to old English courts etc), without even making an attempt to explain what an equitable remedy is. It is suggested that there is a contrast with legal remedies, but the distinction isn't explained. This article looks like someone just took random sentences from a textbook without any understanding of the topic. Someone who understands the topic and can write non-legalese, please junk this entire page and rewrite from scratch. 2602:306:CEAE:E60:606B:75D7:7864:A48C (talk) 22:23, 20 December 2015 (UTC)